"There are few things more regrettable than the unswept graves of neglected ancestors..."

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ISBN 978-0-88092-903-5
Unswept Graves

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Author Q&A - Questions and answers about the book and how it was written.
"A Mistake Worth Making" - An essay about where the idea for Unswept Graves came from.

Book Reviews
From the September 2012 issue of China Insight From Chinese American historian John Jung

Photos and video of the real history behind the book
The Presbyterian Mission Home, as it looked in 1898. The San Francisco Police Department's "Chinatown Squad."
A mui tsai, with a baby on her back. "The Cribs" - not a good place for a Chinese girl to end up.
The real Tien, Wu Tien Fuh, as she looked in 1900.
Wu Tien Fuh as an adult,
still working at the Mission Home.
A Chinatown street scene in 1903.
A grand Chinese funeral. The funeral scene in
Unswept Graves was inspired by this footage.
The view from a balloon flying over
San Francisco in 1902.
The "Jasmine Flower Song," Moli hua.

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